Soul takes Town Takeover to Locke Park in Swedesboro

By Anthony Caruso III | The Capital Sports Report
On April 29th, 2015, 11:52 AM EST

The Philadelphia Soul has announced their first Town Takeover of the season. This Friday evening, May 1st, the Soul will host a Town Takeover in Swedesboro at Locke Ave Park (58 Locke Ave) from 6:30-8 pm.

Those in attendance will get to see members of the 5-0 team before they take on the Portland Thunder on Saturday night, May 2nd, at 6 pm at the Wells Fargo Center. This will also be Latin Heritage Night.

Philadelphia Soul

Philadelphia Soul

Kids, who will be present, will be asked to join the team in “running plays.” This is officially their last practice, before they face the Thunder.

“Town Takeovers are a great opportunity for fans to connect with our players and coaches,” Soul Chief Operating Officer John Adams said. “At 5-0, we are obviously proud of our team on the field at this point. However, we are even more proud of the individuals that make up this team and we are excited for Gloucester County to connect with them on Friday.”

Besides the players and coaching staff, there will also be an appearance by SoulMan, the team’s mascot, the Soulmates dance team, the Ownership group, and front office members.

In additions, fans will have an opportunity to buy tickets for an upcoming game as well. The South Jersey Youth Flag Football of Gloucester County will be selling tickets for Saturday, June 6th.

For those buying these tickets, the proceeds will go towards a scholarship fund in the flag football league’s name.

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